What I Wore: More is More

what I wore: t shirt – lauren lee (thrifted), skinny cargos – american eagle, booties – gianni bini, earrings/double ring/band – forever21, peridot ring – vintage, ear cuff – claire’s, collar/cat eye sunnies – asos

I’ve been really into green lately. I’ve had these skinny cargos for a while but always forget about them. The other morning I was looking to wear this gold animal print t-shirt I got at goodwill and then I thought about them. With the croc booties, it’s a lot going on but all in all a fun look.

What I Wore: Under $50

what I wore: pants $18 {similar here}/earrings $3/ringĀ {similar here} $4 – forever21, top {similar here}$12 – mossimo target, sunnies $10 {similar here} – asos, heels $15 – qupid,

I am constantly shopping for a bargain but sometimes I realize just how little I paid for a cute outfit and am amazed by the cool things we can find if we’re not afraid to dig a little.

What I Wore: Black & Blue

what I wore: blouse – ann chabrol, skirt – freeway, heels – gianni bini, earrings – mom’s

These are my “game of thrones” earrings. They look like little pirate swords and I plucked them from obscurity in my mom’s closet the other day. I’ve always been crazy about my mom’s jewels and have been lifting them from her for close to 16 years. Every time I look through her jewelry I find something I haven’t seen before – something I want… Luckily, she lets me borrow and borrows from me.

What I Wore: Nostalgia

what I wore: dress – nostalgia, belt – vintage, heels – vince camuto, earrings – vintage from mae’s

This dress is so aptly branded. I didn’t realize the name of the brand until I took it off to record it for this post, but it is nostalgia. The reason it’s nostalgic to me is that this dress was purchased for me by my mother on a girls’ trip to Eureka Springs, she also bought the same dress for herself and we proceeded to gallivant around in these matching dresses for subsequent years. This was about 15 years ago. The dress is still relevant and we both still have ours! Isn’t that fun?